What's on in Southend this weekend?

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If you're looking for something to do this weekend in Southend, then look no further (Canva)
If you're looking for something to do this weekend in Southend, then look no further (Canva)

After spending the past five days looking forward to the weekend, do you find yourself wondering what to get up to?

To take the guessing work out of what’s happening in Southend, we’ve put together a list of some of the best events and activities to keep you occupied.

You can also check out The Echo Local Events Listing to make sure you're never at a loose end again.

Friday, March 4

Paul Carrack

When: 8pm

Where: Cliffs Pavilion, SS0 7RA

Described as one of the most revered voices in music and a figurehead of soulful pop for decades, Paul Carrack will be performing in Southend on Friday.

Sounds Familiar Music Quiz

When: 7pm

Where: Cliffs Pavilion, SS0 7RA

A music quiz described as the "perfect sonic combination of your favourite jukebox and the best party you've ever been to".

Yoga with ABSS

When: 10am

Where: Park Inn by Radisson Place, SS1 2AL

Come and join ABSS Workskills for some mindfulness and yoga with the Yoga Factory.

World Day of Prayer

When: 10.30am

Where: St Mark's Church, SS1 1HY

The church service will have a specific theme to celebrate World Day of Prayer and it will be followed by tea and coffee refreshment.

Saturday, March 5

Southend Symphony Orchestra Concert

When: 7.30pm

Where: The Salvation Army Hadleigh Temple, SS7 2PF

The Orchestra's first Concert for two years featuring Rodrigo's famous Concierto de Aranjuez, soloist Richard Stokkereit and Brahms' Second Symphony.

Henning Wehn

When: 7.30pm

Where: Cliffs Pavilion, SS0 7RA

Comedian Henning Wehn will be performing his stand-up show at the Cliffs Pavilion.

Sunday, March 6

Animals & Friends

When: 7.30pm

Where: Palace Theatre, SS0 9LA

The Animals will bring their gritty, bluesy sound balanced with a rock-edged pop in their performance at the Palace Theatre on Sunday.